What We Do
Corporate Agility Index
Ever thought about your organizational fitness when you need it most?
Consulting on Agility
You want to know more about agility? And you want to grow your organization by using it.
Workshops on Agility
We have designed workshops for you to gain a deeper understanding of the subject.
Are you already certified or want to become a licensed partner?
What is Agility?
Agility Management Model
To manage agility, we have developed the Agility Management Model, which combines the individual view with the organisational view of agility. In both realms, perception is key for later action: we cannot consider what we have not perceived. The key driver of agility is in the dynamics of the involved people or organization. Accordingly, the Agility Management Model splits into four dimensions that carry perception or dynamics of individual or organization: Mindset, Identity, Leadership, and Capabilities.
What do we focus on and are we accepted by our peer groups? Do we provoke contradictions?
What is perceived as central about our organization and is this shared by our stakeholders?
How do we lead ourselves and others, how are we led? Is responsibility part of our leadership orientation?
What is the potential of our organization to sense and seize opportunities and to reconfigure itself?
Who We Are
Dr. Andreas Müller
dr. birgit feldhusen
Some agile readings
Effective February 9, 2016, Christiane Prange has left the company at her own request.
(by Christiane Prange; Dec 29, 2015) Recent studies of management fashions have contributed to our understanding of the forces underlying the rise and fall in popularity of new management techniques. As organization theorist Eric Abrahamson says, a management fashion…”is a relatively transitory collective belief, disseminated by management fashion setters, that a management technique leads rational management[…]
Business schools today, nationally and internationally, are no longer a source of efficient knowledge management and learning. Instead, they have largely turned into a credit points- producing industry, measuring performance by exam grades of mediocre importance. Consequently, experts have required universities to transform and to become an integrated part of the network-centric reality of the[…]
“If you want to keep in place”, the Red Queen says to Alice, “it takes all the running you can do. And if you want to get anywhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as this”. What Lewis Carroll tells us in his book Through the Looking-Glass seems to be of unquestionable[…]